Adobe Flash Player Debugger
The Adobe Flash Player Debugger is a troubleshooter and content fixer for Flex/ Flash projects. The Adobe Flash Player Debugger is very different from the standard version and is very important for developers. This one is not recommended for home use because it can slow down your system and in many cases the browser becomes unresponsive. This is because its purpose is to collect information during playback so that it can create reports to fix different issues that may stop content from behaving properly.
There are two versions of the Adobe Flash Player Debugger: the ActiveX control which runs in browsers and the Projector which is a standalone version. The Projector can be used outside the browser and many other Flash Development platforms like the Flash Professional.
Developers tend to concentrate more on the ActiveX since it relies on a lightweight installer. For you to know whether the Adobe Flash Player Debugger has been successfully installed simply navigate to a Flash website, right-click on Flash content and then check the content menu under the name ‘Debugger’. If you find it then it's successfully installed and ready to start collecting information as soon as it detects any content problems or issues.
Adobe Flash Player Debugger compulsory for Flex and Flash developers. It provides the best way to check content behavior and integrity.
||Adobe Flash Player Debugger
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|| 19.6 MB
||Windows 2000, Vista, Win 7, Win 8
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